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Interviewing at Huron – Steps & Tips

Finding your next career opportunity and navigating the interview process can be nerve-wracking. Our interview process is designed to learn more about who you are and what you are passionate about. Be prepared to talk about what motivates you and any experiences you have that may translate to the opportunity you are applying for.

Before you apply

  • Before submitting your application, ensure your resume is concise, grammatically correct and without spelling error. Your resume should appropriately highlight your work, specifically what you did and the results generated.
  • Also, ensure the content you highlight on your resume relates to the requirements and expectations of the role you're applying for.

Prepare in advance

  • Our interview process combines behavioral and case interviews which helps us to learn more about your experiences and critical thinking skills.
  • Be prepared with the best examples of your work history, skills and accomplishments. Be sure that the experiences you plan to highlight relate to the role you’re interviewing for.
  • Your answers to each question should be concise and describe the full picture, including: (1) the summary of the circumstances; (2) the tasks you were assigned; (3) the specific work you did, even if it’s in a team environment; and (4) the results generated – quantitative and/or qualitative.
  • Be prepared to discuss topics of interest to you related to the role you are interviewing for and our business. Interviews with Huron will help you learn more about our company and our culture.
  • Come to your interview with thoughtful questions. Take this time to make a connection with the interviewer and assess if Huron is the right fit for you. Remember, an interview is a dialogue. We will be assessing your questions and asking follow-up questions to determine your depth of understanding.

Bring your best self

  • For both in-person and video interviews ensure your attire is professional. Be confident, communicate concisely and sell yourself.
  • Remember it is ok to ask for clarification if you don’t understand a question. It is also ok to take a minute to organize your thoughts before responding to our questions.